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Countryside, Commercial

Broken Promises and Proprietary Estoppel

A legal doctrine which can remedy broken promises? It sound too good to be true, but it does exist. Proprietary estoppel is a doctrine which enables justice to prevail when the cause might otherwise... Read full article

That’s mine! Retention of Title to upaid goods/materials

With 4,000 companies going into compulsory or creditors’ voluntary liquidation in the second quarter of 2010, the biggest threat to the livelihood of the SME can still be considered to be bad debt.... Read full article

Thinking of investing in land?

An increasing number of disappointed investors are making complaint, having been snared into “land banking” schemes. Invariably, a cold call from a company with an impressive name prompts the... Read full article

Social Networking and the Employer’s Confidential Information

SME and B2C marketing thinking has many ideas and theories about why and how people buy. Sometimes we’ll buy an item or service because we trust the brand – think of John Lewis for example –... Read full article

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